Birds of Prey
Birds of Prey are a species that primarily hunt and feed on other animals. They have keen eyesight, powerful, hook-tipped beaks for tearing flesh and strong feet with sharp talons for grasping and killing prey. The Bald Eagle is Native to North America and are one of the largest birds on our continent. They are are opportunistic scavengers whose prey base includes fish, squirrels, wading birds, ducks and road-killed animals.